Estonia’s new 14-day coronavirus rate per 100,000 people is 600.79.
Most of the new cases, 425, came from Harju County, one of the worst hit regions in the country. 330 of these cases occurred in Tallinn.
All 15 Estonian counties reported new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours.
Another badly affected region, Ida-Viru County, has seen 118 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, while Tartu County has 42 new cases and Pärnu County has 39 cases.
In the rest of the country, there were 25 new cases in Lääne-Viru County, 13 in Võru County, 12 in Viljandi County and 11 in Rapla County. Single-digit numbers were released for Järva Counties (nine), Hiiumaa (eight), Saaremaa and Valga Counties (seven each), Lääne (six), and Jõgeva and Põlva counties (two each).
In addition, 12 of the new cases reported Thursday morning came to people who were not assigned an address on the population register, according to the Health Board.
A total of 5,753 coronavirus tests have been analyzed in Estonia in the past 24 hours, with 738, or 12.8 percent of the total, positive.
According to the board, the proportion of positive test results in the last 14 days is 11.8 percent.
As of Thursday, a total of 393 people had been hospitalized for the virus.
1,907 people have received coronavirus vaccines to date, according to the Health Board.
Three people with coronavirus died in the past 24 hours, bringing the total COVID-19-related deaths in Estonia to 229.
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